• David HaririDavid Hariri, 4 years ago

    Looks beautiful! Side note: this line irked me a bit:

    "When it comes to design, color has the potential to make or break a product"

    Anyone else find this kind of definition of what design is all about upsetting to read? IMO, colour is important to consider as it aids in attention, contrast and usability, but make or break a product? I'm not convinced...

    9 points
    • Account deleted 4 years ago

      Needless hyperbole.

      6 points
    • Brian HintonBrian Hinton, 4 years ago

      I'd agree with the statement. There are literally hundreds of studies showing, based on research, how color can influence the success of design work. If color is a new topic for you, a quick Google search, will find lots of information.

      2 points
    • Weston VierreggerWeston Vierregger, 4 years ago

      You be the judge.


      4 points
  • , 4 years ago

    Today, we’re happy to introduce Framer Gradients. Create the perfect mix of colors and save it to your color palette in Design. When it’s time to add motion, simply switch to Code to customize to dynamic and interactive effect. Read more about the full range of possibilities in our Medium post!

    5 points
    • Marc-André Julien, 4 years ago

      Your stuff are always clean! :O Can I ask what you use for your "promo video" ?

      0 points
      • , 4 years ago

        Hey Marc! We use Screen Flow to record a full Framer setup and also edit right within Screen Flow! The animations you see in the video are mostly done in Framer.

        2 points
  • Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, 4 years ago

    wait... are you telling me, that you could not use gradients in framer before this update?

    0 points
    • John Sherwin, 4 years ago

      You could but it needed to be created and edited in CSS.

      0 points
    • , 4 years ago

      Exactly. Pretty much everything possible in CSS is possible on the code side of Framer. But with the introduction of the design tab there was no UI or direct way to insert gradients in to your design, without diving into the code. With this update you can insert gradients directly from the design tab and dive into the code to animate/manipulate them.

      0 points
  • Mattan IngramMattan Ingram, 4 years ago

    Looking great, but none of the demos seem to load for me?

    0 points
  • Ryan Slama, 4 years ago

    It's great that you are adding more features to design/code.

    Are radial gradients or multiple color stops coming? Both are supported by CSS 3

    0 points